Mason City


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Noun1.Mason City - a town in north central Iowa
Hawkeye State, IA, Iowa - a state in midwestern United States
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Iowa's Mason City Municipal Airport will receive two grants worth almost $300,000 to fund upgrades to terminal and roadway lighting and to construct hangar taxiline grading.
Before joining KARE, she worked for television stations in Wausau, Wisc.; and in Des Moines/Ames and Mason City, Iowa.
Mason City, IA, September 12, 2018 --(PR.com)-- 13 Iowa Community College Leaders Commit to Entrepreneurship.
The two divisions employ approximately 275 people located in their three manufacturing facilities in Mason City, IA and Springfield, MO.
Aeth yn syth i weithio i'r mwyngloddiau yn Miners Mills, ac yna Johnstown (Mason City), Virginia.
An older brother had already emigrated and settled in Iowa, so the Duesenberg family (except the father, who died in 1881) put down roots on a 200-acre farm outside of Rockford, Iowa, near Mason City. The boys went through eighth grade in the local school.
"the Big Bopper" Richardson crashed en route from one tour stop in Mason City, Iowa, to another in Moorehead, Minnesota.
At Lee's North Iowa Media Group (Mason City Globe Gazette, Mitchell County Press, et al.), David Braton has been named publisher; he remains publisher of the company's The Courier in Waterloo/Cedar Falls, Iowa, a job he's held for 7-3/4 years.
Many vehicles have reportedly been seen in ditches, particularly near Mason City and Council Bluffs.
Ag Ventures Alliance Cooperative (AgVA) of Mason City, Iowa, and Cellulose Sciences International (CSI) of Madison, Wis., have completed a financing agreement resulting in the formation of a new joint venture: Stover Ventures LLC.
The US Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Iowa dismissed a civil forfeiture case last week involving Mason City doctor Alireza Yarahmadi, a neurologist.
On this date in 1934, a gang that included John Dillinger, shown above in an undated photo, and George ''Baby Face'' Nelson robbed the First National Bank in Mason City, Iowa, making off with $52,344.